The organisers of the Rugby World Cup have thanked and praised First Bus for providing ‘excellent’ services during the event and making a significant contribution to the overall success of the tournament.
Transport union RMT has called a 24-hour strike over pay and conditions on Stagecoach buses in Norfolk.
Work to build a brand new Crossrail station ticket hall will require the temporary closure of Liverpool Street bus station until spring 2016. The temporary closure of the bus station will affect passengers who travel […]
Stagecoach Merseyside and South Lancashire has rolled the first ‘next-generation’ brand of luxury buses, Stagecoach gold, across Merseyside and Lancashire following a £7.5m investment.
The three Bedford vehicles are the first ever coaches to take part in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run Long established Essex based company Lodge Coaches of High Easter donated three of its vintage […]
Director Michael Bishop is disqualified following an incident where two wheels came off a vehicle in service Two bus operators in Cornwall and Hampshire have had their licences revoked by the Traffic Commissioner for the […]
Stagecoach Manchester held a ‘Farewell to the B10M’ event on Saturday (November 14) – when the last two Volvo B10M buses in frontline service were formally withdrawn.
TfL announces the trial of mixed use bays and a pilot marshalling scheme for tourist coaches in London Transport for London (TfL) has announced that it has begun two trials designed to support coach drivers […]
[pointellerecent set=”1″]Plans to introduce a Quality Contract Scheme (QCS) in Tyne and Wear, which would have seen bus companies having to bid for contracts to provide routes have been rejected by the independent Quality Contracts […]